Wiring Harness Company in India.

A wire harness, also known as a cable assembly, wiring assembly or wiring loom, is an assembly of cables or wires which transmit signals or electrical power. The cables are bound together by straps, cable ties, cable lacing, sleeves, electrical tape, conduit, a weave of extruded string, or a combination thereof.

Commonly used in automobiles, as well as construction machinery, wire harnesses provide several advantages over loose wires and cables. For example, many aircraft, automobiles and spacecraft contain many masses of wires which would stretch over several kilometres if fully extended. By binding the many wires and cables into a wire harness india, the wires and cables can be better secured against the adverse effects of vibrations, abrasions, and moisture. By constricting the wires into a non-flexing bundle, usage of space is optimized, and the risk of a short is decreased. Since the installer has only one harness to install (as opposed to multiple wires), installation time is decreased and the process can be easily standardized. Binding the wires into a flame-retardant sleeve also lowers the risk of electrical fires.

Wire harness india are usually designed according to geometric and electrical requirements. A diagram is then provided (either on paper or on a monitor) for the assembly preparation and assembly.

The wires are first cut to the desired length, usually using a special wire-cutting machine. The wires may also be printed on by a special machine during the cutting process or on a separate machine. After this, the ends of the wires are stripped to expose the metal (or core) of the wires, which are fitted with any required terminals or connector housings. The cables are assembled and clamped together on a special workbench, or onto a pin board (assembly board), according to the design specification, to form the cable harness. After fitting any protective sleeves, conduit, or extruded yarn, the harness is either fitted directly in the vehicle or shipped.

In spite of increasing automation, in general, wire harnesses continue to be manufactured by hand, and this will likely remain the case for the foreseeable future. In part, this is due to the many different processes involved, such as:

  • routing wires through sleeves,
  • taping with fabric tape, in particular on branch outs from wire strands,
  • crimping terminals onto wires, particularly for so-called multiple crimps (more than one
  • wire into one terminal),
  • inserting one sleeve into another,
  • fastening strands with tape, clamps or cable ties.

It is difficult to automate these processes. However, these processes can be learned relatively quickly, even without professional qualifications. Thus, manual production remains more cost effective than automation. For certain vehicles, such as trucks, there are also a large number of variants (due to different configurations and the length of the vehicles), which produce very small batch sizes (as low as one). However, the number of variants has been decreasing in recent years due to the use of data bus technology, such as a CAN bus, in conjunction with intelligent control units. In spite of this, different variants are produced on the same assembly board. Even here, man has an advantage over machine, since he can change over to the different variants (no "re-programming" being required).

Pre-production, however, can be automated in part. This affects:

  • Cutting individual wires (cutting machine),
  • crimping terminals onto one or both sides of the wire,
  • partial plugging of wires prefitted with terminals into connector housings (module),
  • soldering of wire ends (solder machine), and twisting wires.

Testing the electrical functionality of a wire harness india can be done with the aid of a test board. The circuit diagram data are pre-programmed into the test board, where harnesses can be tested individually or in multiple numbers.

A cable harness, also known as a wire harness, cable assembly, wiring assembly or wiring loom, is a string of cables /wires which transmit informational signals or operating currents (energy).

The cables are bound together by clamps, cable ties, cable lacing, sleeves, electrical tape, conduit, a weave of extruded string, or a combination thereof.

The company manufactures specialized cable assembly for white goods, office automation, and medical diagnostic equipment, electrical and electronic equipment.

Latest Manufacturing Equipment

  • Skilled and Trained manpower
  • State of Art Testing Equipment
  • Stringent Quality Control
  • Flexible in quality, Fast Response to Customer Requirement  
  • World-Wide Components Sourcing Capability

By the reality of its international affiliations, spread of global customer base, Miracle has experience of working with a wide range of international quality systems, customers and in-house quality functions; there is a continuous interchange of views towards the better goal.

A zero compromise on quality culture that prevails the organization, allows Miracle to deliver the highest quality products and meet customer expectation to the international standard.

Product Applications:
Automation, Aerospace, Agriculture, Automotive, Avionics, CNCs/Machine tools, Communications, Computer, Conveyor, Defense/Military, Electronics, Energy, Fiber Optic, Infrastructure/Utilities, Instrumentation, Marine, Medical, Mining, Packaging, Transportation/Public transit, Vending.

Commitment to Total Quality 
The principles of Total Quality and ISO standards result in continually updated manufacturing practices and efficiencies. Our manufacturing team is generally divided into cells, organized by product type to provide flexibility and specialized attention in production. Every assembly is quality checked. These principles assure our customers that a quality product is delivered every time.

Total Quality Activities

  1. Meet customer requirements
  2. Reduce development cycle times
  3. Timely demand flow manufacturing
  4. Improvement Teams
  5. Reduce product and service cost
  6. Continual training systems